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post #61 of 63

hey, they're only 7+ foot wide ... that give's lots of room for stuff. noted too, Skis right across the body width wise!  These are being sold for "off road" only. Not sure if one can license whether due to safety requirements or odd surplus rule but ran across these while surfing.

 

$7K (if winning bid) with ~30kmiles sounds pretty entertaining for large ranch use.

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hey, they're only 7+ foot wide ... that give's lots of room for stuff. noted too, Skis right across the body width wise!  These are being sold for "off road" only. Not sure if one can license whether due to safety requirements or odd surplus rule but ran across these while surfing.

 

$7K (if winning bid) with ~30kmiles sounds pretty entertaining for large ranch use.


Safety requirements. The H1s don't have any seat belts and I don't they have air bags either. Also no crumple zones, pretty much just a giant steel box on wheels.

post #63 of 63

If even part of one's weekly work is out in the woods it's not difficult to realize that Ghosen has had no desire to provide the vehicles, outside of true trucks..and even there.   He's a French, Brazilian city-boy:rolleyes.

Numerous things have never been modified in the last decade of its production which would've improved it's performance, not to mention having an interest in improving fuel efficiency.

$.01..

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